A FIVE-YEAR-OLD is celebrating after winning a charity competition to design a book cover to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III.
Violet Harvey, from Penistone, won a collection of classic children’s books, colouring supplies and a notebook with her design on the front as part of the national competition organised by Scrivens Opticians and Hearing Care for World Book Day.
Youngsters were invited to submit their entries with a royal theme, with all entry proceeds going to Alzheimer’s Society.
Amy Roe, branch manager at Scrivens on High Street in Penistone, said: “Alzheimer’s Society is our chosen charity and this activity was a fun way to engage children and raise awareness of its work.
“Our competition this year was also themed to encourage children to show their creativity in celebration of King Charles III’s coronation.
“Violet’s colourful picture was a royally great winner.”
Violet’s mum, Lucinda Harvey, added: “Violet saw the competition when we visited the branch after she’d broken her glasses and made such an effort with her cover design, getting creative for several evenings after school.
“She’s delighted to have been crowned the winner I’m so proud of her.”